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Published on Sep 9, 2008
At approximately 1300 eastern standard time (EST), 14 December 1994, a trailer loaded with wood chips disengaged from a tractor-trailer on the public crossing at Mile 47.48 of the Canadian National (CN) Mont-Joli Subdivision in Causapscal, Quebec. At approximately 1410 EST, westward train No. 313-1M-14 struck the trailer, derailing the locomotive consist and several cars. The derailed train continued on, damaging the bridge over the Matapédia River just west of the crossing, resulting in the trailing locomotive and nine cars falling onto the river bank.